How To Brew Great Coffee

DRIP COFFEE

If coffee touches it, keep it clean!!

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STEP ONE

Clean Equipment

Contaminated equipment will transfer its off- odors into freshly brewed coffee. It is very important that equipment is kept clean.

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STEP TWO

Fresh Cold Water

Quality coffee is 98.5% water and approx 1.5% soluble solids Hot water will produce a flat and stale tasting brew.

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STEP THREE

Right Temperature

The correct temperature for the water leaving the spay head should be 195º F to 205º F

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STEP FOUR

Proper Grind

To achieve the best results, the grind must match the Equipment being used Grind that is too fine will over extract Grind that is too coarse will under extract

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STEP FIVE

Correct Weight

The correct brewing formula consists of combining the right amount of water with the right amount of coffee in the correct grind

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STEP SIX

Proper Extraction Time

Extraction is the length of time coffee and water are in contact. For “drip” coffee water must be in contact with coffee with in 4 to 6 minutes

ENJOY.

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SINGLE SERVE COFFEE

Use Single Serve Coffee Pods as directed by your coffee maker manual. Our Club Coffee Single Serve Coffee Pods have been developed for best results when brewing an 8 oz cup.



DRIP COFFEE

1. Clean Equipment    
Cleaning the grinding and particularly brewing equipment is an important factor in producing a great cup of coffee.
If coffee touches it, keep it clean!!
 
2. Fresh Cold Water
Quality coffee is 98.5% water and 1.5% soluble solids.
Use only fresh cold water as using hot water will produce a flat and stale tasting brew.

  

 

SINGLE SERVE PODS

Use Single Serve Coffee Pods as directed by your coffee maker manual. Our Club Coffee Single Serve Coffee Pods have been developed for best results when brewing an 8 oz cup.